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This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. It covers crosscutting topics that are relevant and important for all thematic areas and it consists of 6 modules, 4 under preparation. It describes the ten IAEA fundamental safety principles and their application to these areas; the development of policy and strategies for managing radioactive waste; explains why policy and strategy need to be established in this field and describe their content; and talks about legal, institutional and regulatory framework, roles and responsibilities in radioactive waste management and funding. In addition, introduces the concept of exclusion, exemption and clearance of radioactive material. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English, Russian | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. It covers crosscutting topics that are relevant and important for all thematic areas and it consists of five modules. It introduces safety requirements and goes over the review process of the safety assessment and safety case. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. It describes sealed radioactive sources (SRS) and its life cycle and the process for the conditioning to storage of disused sealed radioactive sources (DSRS). In addition, it defines options for managing and transport of DSRS and explains management systems for DSRS. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English, Spanish and French | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. It consists of 5 modules. It introduces radioactive waste disposal principles and practices, including historical perspective and the role of economy and safety, also describes the licensing process for radioactive waste disposal including the principal steps and the responsibilities of the main actors both during and after the issuing of a license. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English and Russian | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. It consists of 5 modules. It introduces near surface disposal concepts and discusses the suitability of different radioactive waste classes for near surface disposal. It describes various repository designs and talks also about siting, operation, monitoring and closure of disposal facilities. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. It consists of 3 modules. It gives a general overview of past practices in borehole disposal with some examples and describes the IAEA borehole disposal concept for disused sealed radioactive sources. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. It consists of 5 modules. It gives a general overview of various geological disposal concepts introduces siting considerations and site characterization for such facilities and addresses safety case development for geological repository. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. This first part consists of 4 modules. Another 4 modules are available under the Course on Decommissioning Implementation, a continuation of the overall Decommissioning topic. It addresses the topics that are important in the preparatory phase for the decommissioning; emphasizes and explains the need of having consistent strategy, good planning for decommissioning and detailed inventory. The importance of cost estimation and adequate funding mechanism for decommissioning as well as changing of culture and organizational approach during the transition period from operation to decommissioning are also explained. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English and Japanese | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. This part consists of 4 modules. Another 4 modules are available under the Course on Preparation for Decommissioning, on the overall Decommissioning topic. It addresses the topics relevant for the implementation phase of decommissioning, tackling various organizational, management and technical challenges. Possible reuse and redevelopment of the site are also addressed. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English and Japanese | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. This first part consists of 5 modules. Another 4 modules are available under the Course on Planning for Environmental Remediation, a continuation of the overall Environmental Remediation topic. It introduces environmental remediation and explains the environmental remediation process including post-remediation activities. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English and Japanese | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. This part consists of 4 modules. Another 5 modules are available under the Course on Fundamentals of Environmental Remediation, on the overall Environmental Remediation topic. If offers an overview of key aspects of developing policies and strategies related to environmental remediation (ER) of radiologically contaminated sites, of principles and tools that can be used to manage and plan remediation projects, of approaches that can be used to prepare a cost estimate for the remediation of a site and of end state and future use determination. | Duration: approx. 1 h per module | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.

This course is part of the Spent Fuel and Radioactive Waste Management, Decommissioning and Environmental Remediation Curriculum. This course consists of 7 modules, which 5 are under production. It provides an overview of what spent fuel is and the current strategies for its management; explains how an overall spent fuel management strategy affects the types of storage facilities that would be deployed, where they would be deployed, and when they would be deployed. The different choices for deploying storage facilities under the different spent fuel management strategies are described. | Duration: approx. 1 h per lecture | Interactivity: Self-study | Languages: English | Certificate: N/A | Target audience: Young professionals or new entrants to the area.